On-Demand IT Webcasts
The expanding use of Simulation-Driven Product Development places growing demands on the IT infrastructure — for computational power, data storage, networking and effective collaboration across geographically distributed teams. ANSYS works with IT industry leaders to understand and demonstrate solution architectures that support a scalable and cost-effective IT deployment of our software. This webcast series shares the knowledge and experience of ANSYS experts and our partners, to support strategic decision making related to IT systems for ANSYS technology.
JSP: Running Ansys LS-DYNA with HPC to Boost Productivity
Are you using workstations to run your Ansys software that cannot rapidly run large models and restricts the level of modeling detail due to compute capacity and/or turnaround time limitations? Are you looking for a managed high-performance computing (HPC) resource that maximizes your engineers’ workflow and unburdens your internal IT organization?
Featuring a guest speaker from JSP, a market leader in engineering foamed products, this webinar shares expert insights on moving from workstations to a HPC workflow environment, leveraging the help of Ansys partners TotalCAE and Dell. Additionally, you will receive first-hand access to the latest Ansys LS-DYNA benchmark results and recommended cluster hardware for LS-DYNA.
Accelerate Simulation and Innovation Using Refreshed, Ready-to-Simulate Hardware
Ansys ran a large-scale study on issues that CAE engineers are facing. Due to time restrictions, engineers are often forced to reduce the size and the amount of detail in their simulation models and/or reduce the parameter space under investigation.
How can you overcome these constraints?
Join this webinar given by Ansys partner GNS Systems to learn how you can gain an additional 4 months of productivity in a year! You can do this not by using Einstein’s Relativity Theory to alter the space-time continuum, but simply by refreshing your hardware.
Debunking Myths of HPC, Cloud and Licensing
According to a recent survey, 40% of engineers limit the size or amount of detail for every simulation model due to compute capacity and turnaround time constraints. Recognizing this, smaller and mid-sized companies now seek more affordable, accessible and powerful hardware, making high-performance computing (HPC) a necessity. Nevertheless, many misconceptions still surround HPC and cloud deployment models as well as HPC and cloud licensing. These fallacies prevent adoption in product development scenarios where HPC — available on-premise and in the cloud — clearly provides a higher return on investment.
Join us for this free webinar which dispels leading misconceptions and provides insight to help you steer around possible failure points as you consider on-premise or cloud-based HPC.
- Discover how to leverage on-demand cloud computing within structures, fluids and electronics tools to significantly reduce turnround time for compute-intensive problems.
- Learn how to optimize the cost of your simulation usage by mixing elastic (usage-based) and traditional (lease or paid-up) licensing.
- Receive guidance on certified remote displays and VDI solutions, as well as affordable turnkey HPC appliances that simplify on-premise HPC deployment.
- Get tips on using the cloud to safeguard your data, cut costs and simultaneously migrate your workloads.
Cummins’ View on Speed and Agility Enabled by High Performance Computing
Attend this webinar to learn how you can reduce simulation time on increasingly complex engineering challenges in today’s fast-paced globalized economy by incorporating high-performance computing (HPC) into your virtual product development.
Guest speaker Mike Hughes, who is the program director, digital engineering/transformation at Cummins Inc., will outline a credible path to the HPC power needed for ever-expanding engineering simulation demands. The views of solution provider Dell Technologies, who along with X-ISS provide an end-to-end HPC solution for ANSYS workloads, will also be presented.
Learn How to Speed Up Your Simulations with More Powerful Servers
Are you looking for the best way to accelerate your electromagnetic, structural mechanics or fluid dynamics simulations? Or are you curious about how your simulation model would perform on a high-performance computing (HPC) system versus your existing workstation? In this webinar, we will demonstrate — with help from our free Performance Benchmark Program — how a joint ANSYS, HPE and Intel® solution offers the best return on your software and hardware investment.
With the Performance Benchmark Program, you can see the increase in speed using an HPC system on your own simulation model. Experts will help you evaluate your existing capabilities and compare them to a small HPC system. With the HPC Cluster Appliance or cloud HPC options, you get more compute power to reduce your turnaround time, investigate more design variations, run finer mesh, involve more physics and run multiple simulations simultaneously.
In addition, the webinar will provide some standard ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS CFX and ANSYS Mechanical benchmark results on the latest HPE Apollo 2000 cluster.
BD Improved Engineering Simulation Productivity with HPC to Run ANSYS Software
Are you using workstations to run your ANSYS software and are holding back on the size or amount of detail of simulation models due to compute capacity and/or turnaround time limitations? Are you looking for a “turnkey” HPC appliance that maximizes your engineers’ workflow and unburdens your internal IT organization?
Join us for a special customer experience on-demand webinar with special guests Christopher Basciano, Siva Balasubramanian and Patrick Downie from BD, who will share their insights and experience of moving from workstations to an HPC workflow environment with the help of ANSYS partners HPE and TotalCAE.
Understand How High-Performance Compute Can Accelerate Your Simulation Throughput
Are you limiting the size or amount of detail of simulation models due to compute capacity and/or turnaround time limitations? Many engineers and designers are wasting time and effort in reducing a model’s size or complexity to be able to run simulations on computers constrained by the performance, memory, and storage limits of a single system. Advances in ANSYS 18, combined with the latest generation of HPC products, provide a viable, affordable solution.
Join us to see how Hewlett Packard Enterprise puts HPE Apollo Systems and ANSYS 18 to the test. You will receive first-hand access to the latest benchmark results and the recommended configurations to achieve similar results. Learn from HPE and ANSYS partners Dasher Technologies and X-ISS about the benefits their customers have realized from implementing similar HPC configurations.
Getting the Most from Your ANSYS Simulation Applications
ANSYS simulations help many organizations gain a competitive advantage in product innovation and design. One of the key elements for maximizing impact from simulations is to deploy the right IT infrastructure — one that delivers the best performance and improves challenging workflows. To help customers with different performance and workflow needs, Lenovo offers customized and complete solutions from their broad portfolio of laptops, workstations and servers, which can be deployed to serve both small and large organizations. Attend this webinar to view a comprehensive portfolio of workstation and server solutions to enhance ANSYS simulation productivity. The offerings are optimized through performance testing to deliver the best value for maximizing software investments. Performance data on standard ANSYS Mechanical, Fluent, and CFX benchmarks will also be presented. Get recommendations on ideal configurations (both workstation and server) for CFD and structural mechanics applications, along with tips on maximizing the performance of your hardware and software.
Qorvo: Leader in RF Solutions Gives HPC Insight To Meet Computational Needs
Are your high-frequency electromagnetics models becoming increasingly large and complex while your available time to solve or address them is dwindling? This webinar will provide insight and persuasive real-world HFSS examples on how using high-performance computing (HPC) helps to overcome these challenges.
Special guest Troyce Severe, EDA Systems Engineer at Qorvo, will present how the combination of SGI® UV™ hardware solutions and HFSS helps them simulate a wide range of EM designs from single chips to complete module laminate assemblies. Severe also will address how his company has automated EM simulation of laminate design process corners, yielding reduction in both setup time from hours to minutes, and simulation time from a few days to a few hours.
Qorvo is a leading provider of core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and aerospace/defence applications. It was formed following the merger of RFMD and TriQuint, and has more than 6,000 global employees dedicated to delivering solutions for everything that connects the world.
SGI offers a solution that simplifies high performance computing for CAE. SGI has created an easy to deploy, unified hardware platform that addresses a broad spectrum of ANSYS applications and workloads including HFSS.
How to Speed Up ANSYS 15.0 with GPUs
In this 1 hour webinar you'll learn solver options in ANSYS Fluent 15.0 and performance enhancements to ANSYS Mechanical 15.0 that reduce time to solution through GPUs.
Understanding Hardware Selection for Structural Mechanics
This webinar identifies recommended hardware configurations for various usage and license scenarios and will help you maximize your return. It includes ANSYS Mechanical benchmark data to guide you in your own selection with a focus on on desktop hardware through workstation clusters, and recommendations on when to select GPUs
High-Performance Cluster Configurations for ANSYS Fluid Dynamics
In this webcast, a representative from ANSYS partner IBM will share some conclusions about how to optimize performance of ANSYS Fluent on today's cluster technologies and will recommend specific cluster configurations for entry-level, mid-level and high-end systems.